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Parish of Lambley

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Beaconhill Plantation Beaconhill Plantation Mr. Stibbs, Schoolmaster, Lane Head 35 Chains South of A large fir plantation situated on an
Beaconhill Plantation Mr. Whitfield, Harper Town Moss House eminence from which the name originates.
Beaconhill Plantation Mr. Robson, Farmer, Quick House (both the eminence and wood are
Chapel Chapel (The Kings Arms Inn) Mr. Stibbs 35 Chains South of An ordinary farm house with outhouses &c attached
(The Kings Arms Inn) Chapel (The Kings Arms Inn) Mr. Whitfield Moss House licensed for the sale of spirituous liquors &c
Chapel (The Kings Arms Inn) Mr. O. Teasdale, Inn Keeper, Chapel On enquiry I am informed that a Chapel (of which
Chapel The Kings Arms} White’s Directory there are no remains) stood at a short distance
Chapel } from this place, which gives rise to the name
Dikehead DikehHead Mr. Stibbs 44 Chains South East A small farm house with outhouses
DikehHead Mr. Whitfield of Moss House attached
DikehHead Mr. Robson
William Rufus Williamson
Sapper Royal Engineers

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